The Historical Narrative of Olaudah Equiano Olauduah Equiano Aniya O'Neal 3rd
Africans were stolen from farms homes and fields to board a ship to slavery. As the slaves arrived on the ship they noticed men eho looked different they they did. Olauhduah Equiano was very afraid and asks if he would be eaten.
Africans were servery beaten for not eating. Olauhduah Equiano says in the text"...the white people acted in such savage manner for I had never seen among any people..." Slaves on the boat were treated unlike people.
Olauhduah Equiano describes the harsh conditions in the bottom deck and how Africans couldn't survive the stench of death. The white sailors let people on the top deck just to grasp a breath of fresh air.
In the story Oluahduah Equiano tells how the satisfied white men tortured the slaves.In the story it states "... rather than give any of them to us to eat ,as we expected, they tossed the remaining fish into the sea..."
In the end Oluahduah Equiano realized what he was coming to. He explains how hypocritical these people were.